The top ChatGPT plugins for developers
Coming up with the perfect prompt for ChatGPT can be tough. In fact, entire courses on Prompt Engineering have sprung up almost overnight. Prompt Perfect makes this easier by taking your prompt and rewording it in a way that gets you the results you need. All you need to do is start any prompt with ‘perfect’ followed by your query, and Prompt Perfect will do the rest.
While Prompt Perfect is on the ChatGPT store, it can also be used for other large language models (LLMs) like GPT 4, MidJourney, DALL-E 2, StableLM, and others. We found using Prompt Perfect made life a whole lot easier.
Link Reader makes it possible for ChatGPT to read all sorts of links like PDFs, PPTs, Word docs, and more. You can use phrases like “Translate the contents from this link”, “summarize”, “interpret”, or “analyze” to get far more out of examining a link than you could a search engine.
We used it to go over one of our Multicloud reports, and were pleasantly surprised that it nailed most of the topics in the PDF with a simple prompt.
The Wolfram plugin helps patch up some of ChatGPT’s problems with math by giving the chatbot access to computation, math, curated knowledge, and real-time data through Wolfram Alpha and the Wolfram language. Here is an example without the plugin installed: